Solar Newsletter | Struggling US Polysilicon Producers Are a Forgotten Casualty in the Solar Trade War With China

TOP SOLAR NEWS FROM GTM

03.30.18 | Jeff St. John

Jinko Solar Confirms $50M Investment in US Factory to Make Tariff-Free Solar Panels ?

NextEra is the counterparty for up to 2.75 gigawatts of PV over four years. Will other foreign solar giants follow suit?

03.30.18 | Jeff St. John

NRG Energy’s Distributed Energy Makeover ?

This week’s dispatches: NRG’s new customer-centric, distributed energy focus; Itron and sonnen merge batteries and demand response; Siemens and Com Ed combine multiple microgrids.

03.30.18 | Jason Deign

Renewables or Nuclear? A New Front in the Academic War Over Decarbonization ?

Yet another spat over which technology is better to slash carbon emissions.

03.29.18 | Emma Foehringer Merchant

Struggling US Polysilicon Producers Are a Forgotten Casualty in the Solar Trade War With China ?

Polysilicon production, once dominated by America, has been taken over by China. It’s a direct consequence of tariffs and failed negotiations.

03.28.18 | Jeff St. John

Saudi Arabia and SoftBank’s 200-Gigawatt Solar Plan Offers ‘So Many Questions, So Few Details’ ?

A world-record-shattering solar promise with a lot of hype.

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